Andrew Jackson, 1815–52, U.S. landscape architect.
Aldous (Leonard) [awl-duh s] /ˈɔl dəs/ (Show IPA), 1894–1963, English novelist, essayist, and critic. Sir Andrew Fielding, 1918–2012, English physiologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1963 (half brother of Aldous and Sir Julian Sorell). Sir Julian Sorell [sor-uh l] /ˈsɒr əl/ (Show IPA), 1887–1975, English biologist and writer (brother of Aldous). Thomas Henry, 1825–95, English biologist […]
any animal that catches for food. a fisherman. a dark-brown or blackish marten, Martes pennanti, of northern North America. the fur of this animal. Andrew, 1862–1928, Australian statesman, born in Scotland: prime minister 1908–09, 1910–13, 1914–15. Dorothy Canfield [kan-feeld] /ˈkænˌfild/ (Show IPA), (Dorothea Frances Canfield Fisher) 1879–1958, U.S. novelist. Irving, 1867–1947, U.S. political economist. Saint […]
- Andrew file system
andrew file system operating system, storage (AFS) The distributed file system of the Andrew Project, adopted by the OSF as part of their Distributed Computing Environment. Frequently Asked Questions (http://transarc.com/Product/AFS/FAQ/faq.html). (1994-11-24)
- Andrew fluegelman
andrew fluegelman person A successful attorney, editor of PC World Magazine, and author of the MS-DOS communications program PC-TALK III, written in 1982. He once owned the trademark “freeware” but it wasn’t enforced after his disappearance. In 1985, Fluegelman was diagnosed with cancer. He was last seen a week later, on 1985-07-06, when he left […]